The English-Polish version of the "Tadeusz Kościuszko - A Man of Vision" exhibition can be viewed in Warsaw until September 30, but it is also available in its online version on the Google Arts & Culture platform. (www.wystawy.muzhp.pl).
Democracy is never a finished product
When the Warsaw Declaration was adopted in 2000, many things in the world looked very different. The 21st century has brought with it events that clearly show that the end of history has not occurred and is not expected to take place in the immediate future. All the more reason why the world needs organizations such as the Community of Democracies.
Celebrate the Year of Kosciuszko in your neighborhood
Polish Embassy announces Kosciuszko 200 celebrations to take place across the USA.
The Polish Post back in the day
Although the history of the Polish Post dates back to 1558, the first Polish stamp appeared only in 1860. Due to the image of the eagle on the stamp, from the very beginning it gained the status of a symbol of patriotic values and independence.
Aerial acrobatics wow crowds in Poland
About 170,000 spectators admired aerial acrobatics at a two-day international air show in Radom.
Polish Catholics mark Feast of Assumption
Thousands gathered in churches nationwide as Poland celebrated the Catholic Feast of the Assumption on Tuesday.
The Jagiellonian Fair in Lublin
Pride in traditions that in ages past contributed to the city’s wealth, the awareness of the legacy we have retained despite twists and turns of history allows us today to enjoy Lublin’s beauty and its unparalleled atmosphere and believe in the potential of the city and its residents.
The top 5 things to do in Poland in August
Poland.pl selected five unique events taking place across Poland in August - not to be missed.
British royals receive Polish amber jewellery
Handmade amber jewellery using stones from the Baltic Sea has been given to Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate during a trip to Gdańsk, on Tuesday.
Close of World Heritage Committee session in Krakow
The World Heritage Committee, meeting in Krakow since 2 July, closed its annual session today. During the session, the Committee inscribed 21 new sites on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. It also extended or modified the boundaries of five sites already on the List.